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Lord of the Wolfyn by Jessica Andersen
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Sep 29, 11

bookshelves: paranormal-romance
Read in September, 2011

Having knowledge of the attack to the kingdom of Elden as it was happening with the mind speak he had with his father only left Prince Dayn more frustrated. Leaving him with his memory intact but with the knowledge that he would be stuck where he landed until a guide found him and helped him return to the kingdom realm. Recent tragedies left Reda Weston’s confidence more than just shaken. Blaming herself for not being able to function in a crisis. Knowing that her action, or in-action caused so much pain and the death of her partner. After all that, a career change was in order. Finding a book her mother used to read to her and that they had cherished together was just the distraction from her self thought of inadequacies. Reading “Rutakoppechen” (Little Red Riding Hood) in this version with these pictures, pulled on something inside of her. Suddenly finding herself dropped in the land of the wolfyn with just the woodsmen’s familiar likeness (in Dayn), Reda discovered that fairy-tales might be true. His guide really did not know what she was suppose to do for him, so Dayn had to rely on the final words he had heard his father ‘mind speak’ to him about being true to himself ~ he had to save his family and the kingdom as the Prince of Elden, it was obviously his duty.

Book 3 ….. Still really enjoying the concept of the 4 authors creating a series of 4 paranormal versions of fairy tales. While I really liked the story of Dayn and Reda, so much of it got muddled with the repetition of the story. Yes, Reda was naive about the realms and she was down trodden because of her past, but the self pity was almost overwhelming. There was occasional confusion about who was where and who was doing what. The dream was a bit confusing at first too. The time gap between the siblings became more obvious with no real explanation just yet (hopefully it will come to light in the last book). Not the best of the series, but still a good addition. Now I am looking forward to getting to know Micah in the next and last book, Lord of the Abyss by Nalini Singh.

I was extremely luck to have received this book as a reviews copy from NetGalley, Lord of the Wolfyn is due out October 25th, 2011.
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